Alan Wolfe

Professor of Political Studies, Boston College

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Professor of Political Science at Boston College and Director of its Center for Religion and American Public Life; author of One Nation, After All: What Americans Really Think About God, Country, Family, Racism, Welfare, Immigration, Homosexuality, Work, the Right, the Left and Each Other

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